Yeah, I felt it was a bit high, but I'm not that familiar with the prices of 600's. Thanks for your thoughtsnitrox said:Geoff,
To quote Michael Caton from the movie "The Castle", .........."tell im he's dreamin" [laugh]
In all seriousness he wants to much for an old bike. They all do.
For an extra few K you can do so much better.
Aim maybe for an 00 R6/GSXR600 and I'd expect not to be paying more than $8K.
makes new look cheap doesn't it!
That's exactly my motivation for getting a track bike. Loved being on the track, but the thought of sending my Monster (with bling) down the track is too much to bear.ducati900ie said:I've been searching for a while for a track bike after taking my Monster out on the track a few times. Was getting nervous about dropping i
Moving to low-budget, for fun only, racing is part of the plan.bigiain said:One advantage of the '98 ZX6R is that if he ever decides to progress from trackdays to club racing, that vintage of ZX6 is eligible for superstock 600's which is a pretty good low budget way to start racing...
+1 of the "sounds expensive" comments, a friend of mine sold his '99 ZX6R with both raceglass and street fairings with two sets of wheels for $4800 about a year ago...